George Soros, the billionaire known as the man who “broke the Bank of England”, is backing a campaign to overturn Brexit, the Telegraph can disclose.
EDITOR’S NOTE: George Soros, though greatly advanced in years, is not even close to slowing down his quest to bring in the New World Order. The man who single-handedly crashed the British sterling absolutely has the resources and power to stop England from completing its Brexit move. Never a dull moment when this evil man is on the loose.
The investor is one of three senior figures linked to the Remain-supporting campaign group Best for Britain who plan to launch a nationwide advertising campaign this month, which they hope will lead to a second referendum to keep Britain in the EU.
The campaign is trying to recruit major Tory donors in an attempt to undermine Theresa May.
It also plans to target MPs and convince them to vote against the final Brexit deal to trigger another referendum or general election, according to a strategy document leaked from a meeting of the group.
The news emerged as Theresa May gathered her Brexit war Cabinet amid fears ministers are deadlocked over what ‘end state’ they want from negotiation with the EU.
Downing Street insisted that the UK will be leaving the bloc in March next year regardless of the growing clamour from Remainers.
George Soros has previously warned that Brexit will be a disaster for the economy, and suggested the UK could immediately apply to rejoin the EU.
The 87-year-old Hungarian-born financier is one of the world’s richest men who made a reported £1.5 billion betting against sterling on Black Wednesday in 1992. One of Mr Soros’s foundations gave the money to Best for Britain, a Remain group that wants to force a second EU referendum.
Ms Miller, the millionaire businesswoman who took the Government to court over Brexit, promised ‘the biggest tactical voting effort in our history’ when she launched the Best for Britain campaign in April last year.
The project was set up in office space provided by Sir Richard Branson, who gave it some £25,000 to help it launch.
According to the Telegraph, businessman Stephen Peel and Sir Martin Sorrell, the chief executive of advertising firm WPP, attended a dinner with Mr Soros last week.
Best for Britain chairman Lord Malloch-Brown, a former minister and diplomat, said the group had followed rules governing financial contributions ‘to the letter’.
He said: ‘We have never hidden our agenda; we have been campaigning hard to win a meaningful vote on Brexit, which we did, and to keep all options on the table, including staying in the European Union. source